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Old 07-20-14, 06:19 PM   #1
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So on the weekend i was about to go and install my spacers onto the car.
Jacked up the rear and went to put the spacer on.
I then saw that the existing wheel studs poked through the spacer about 1.5cm or so out through the holes in the spacer.
From then i just gave up thinking that the wheel wouldn't mount flat.
Do i have to shave these studs off? Or is there space at the back of the wheel to accommodate for the existing wheel stud!
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Old 07-20-14, 06:22 PM   #2
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there is space behind the wheels.
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What sizes are your spacers?15mm?20mm?
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Most wheels have pockets on the back of the hub mounting surface between each hole that will accept a little protrusion of the OEM studs. Measure the pockets and see if they are at least 1.5cm, if so try mounting the wheels. Remember to torque everything properly. If they lay flat then you should be all set. Maybe pull them back off to see if the studs put marks in the back of the wheel if your measurements are close to the limit.

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picture!!! I wanna seee
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This photo inspired me!

Also 20mm spacers and swift springs.

http://m.clublexus.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=333788
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Old 07-21-14, 09:12 AM   #7
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This photo inspired me! Also 20mm spacers and swift springs. http://m.clublexus.com/forums/attach...hmentid=333788
so sick is it 20mm all around ?
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please show us some pics after you done...
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Is spacer safe for this car?
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I'm running 15mm spacers all around on my 2012
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Not to thread jack - but where can I buy H&R spacers/adapters? I only see models for IS350/250..
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^^^^if not mistaken...i think it's the same one for IS350....
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^^^^if not mistaken...i think it's the same one for IS350....
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Not to thread jack - but where can I buy H&R spacers/adapters? I only see models for IS350/250..
if you want to play it safe get ichiba spacers, as for H&R you may want to call them up to see if the is350 would work just to play it safe, I would go with H&R spacers I've used them before I like the quality. But if you want crazy wheel spacer 20+ I would go with ichiba
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I'm running 15mm spacers all around on my 2012
you got pictures ?
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Thanks..looking to run 15mm with extended studs.
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